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December 5, 2013 Bright Spots is a periodic feature that highlights positive developments in the Northeast Ohio business community: Taffy Miltz has an alternative for dog owners whose experience with a kennel, pet sitters or friends and family
Intel continues to derive more than 80% of its overall revenue from the sale of chips made for personal computers, an industry considered by many to be in the midst of a sunset. With research firm IDC predicting a continued fall in PC shipments
Skoda, was named to the Managing Partner Elite list, an award from industry publication Accounting Today.
30 am, November 7, 2013 Bright Spots is a periodic feature that highlights positive developments in the Northeast Ohio business community: Nolan Beck, a third-year graphic design student at the Cleveland Institute of Art who recently launched a
Carter Strang, a partner in the firm's Cleveland office, has won the 2013 DRI Lifetime Community Service Award. Mr. Strang, who was nominated by the Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys, is the first Ohioan to win the award, Tucker Ellis.
Given a couple days to cool down after Detroit's lackluster performance in Cleveland, Lions coach Jim Schwartz was ready to move on and focus on the few bright spots. Getting All-Pro receiver Calvin Johnson back on the practice field and adding three
July 25, 2013 Here's the latest installment of a weekly web feature that highlights positive developments in the Northeast Ohio business community. Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies in Valley View said it has received allowance of claims from the U.S.
All Erection & Crane Rental Corp. of Cleveland said it has acquired two 20,000-pound-capacity Skyjack ZB2044 telehandlers, the largest-capacity telehandler that Skyjack makes and among the largest manufactured in North America. The two telehandlers
FlashStarts Inc. , a new accelerator for software startups, announced a partnership with Oberlin College that provides a team of graduating Oberlin entrepreneurs or apprentices a slot in the FlashStarts summer 2013 program. FlashStarts is launching
Kent State University announced that eight of its professors will teach at Sichuan University in Chengdu, China, this summer as part of a partnership between both universities. The three-week intensive summer session, known as International Course